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Monday, June 13, 2005

Not Put Off

Last week the Lithuanians were considering a referendum on the Euro when the time comes. I got a little prematurely excited it seems:

Hungary remains committed to adopting the euro by the end of the decade, despite recent uncertainty about the long-term prospects of the single currency, the country's finance minister has said.
It seems not everyone is put off by the current bouts of self doubt. We made need to take these comments with a pinch of salt however:
Hungary is considered one of the farthest from the eurozone's rules on deficits, inflation, interest rates and debt which must be met two years before a state can join the single currency.
It could be no more than let tomorrow worry about tomorrows issues.

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